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'''Max Jammer''' (April 13, 1915 – December 18, 2010), was an Israeli physics|physicist and philosophy of physics|philosopher of physics. He was born in Berlin, Germany. Jammer studied physics, philosophy and history of science, first at the University of Vienna, and then from 1935 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he received a PhD in experimental physics in 1942. After serving in the British Army for the rest of the war, Jammer returned to Hebrew University, where he lectured on the history and philosophy of science, before moving in 1952 to Harvard University. He subsequently became a lecturer there and a close colleague of Albert Einstein at Princeton University. He taught at Harvard, the University of Oklahoma, and Boston University, before in 1956 establishing the Department and becoming Professor of Physics at Bar-Ilan University in Israel, where he later also served...
Birth placeBerlin, German Empire|Germany
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Death placeJerusalem, Israel
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